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Effect of time and dental substrate on the bond strength of a universal adhesive system: in vitro study

Efeito do tempo e do substrato dental na resistência de união de um sistema adesivo universal: estudo in vitro

Poliana Maria de Faveri CARDOSO; Rafael da Silva VANOLLI; Fernanda Rafaela RIBEIRO; Marcio José MENDONÇA; Veridiana CAMILOTTI

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Abstract

Introduction: Dentin adhesives provide union between the dental substrate and composite resin, but this union can be influenced by the cleaning agent.

Objective: Evaluate the use of ozonated water as a cavity cleaning solution.

Material and method: 40 bovine dental crowns were selected, divided into four groups: AD (dentin cleaning with distilled water) and AO (dentin cleaning with ozonized distilled water). Each group was divided into two storage periods (24h and 30 days) kept at 37 °C. The selected universal system adhesive was employed according to the manufacturer's instructions and light cured for 20 seconds. At that time, three cylinders were made (Tygon matrix with an internal diameter of 2 mm and a height of 2 mm) of composite resin in the crowns in the cervical, médium, and incisal regions and light cured for 30 seconds. After storage, the bonding strength was tested by micro-shear, and fracture type analysis was performed. The data were submitted to statistical analysis using the Shapiro-Wilk test with a significance level of 95%, ANOVA, and Turkey.

Result: There was a statistically significant difference between the bond strength values, only in the intergroup analysis for the time of 24 hours, between the middle third of the groups (LDAO24 = 2.70 (± 2.39); LDAO30 = 3.82 (± 2.31)). The predominant fracture type for both groups was an adhesive fracture, except in the medium and incisal thirds of the AD, which was a cohesive dentin fracture.

Conclusion: The utilization of ozone did not change the bond strength adhesive.

Keywords

Bond strength, universal adhesive, ozone

Resumo

Introdução: Os adesivos dentinários proporcionam união entre o substrato dental e resina composta, porém esta união pode ser influenciada pelo agente de limpeza.

Objetivo: Avaliar a influência na resistência de união (RU) de um sistema adesivo universal associado à da água ozonizada como solução de limpeza cavitária.

Material e método: Foram selecionadas 40 coroas de dentes anteriores bovinos divididos em 4 grupos: AD (limpeza dentinária com água destilada) e AO (limpeza dentinária com água destilada ozonizada). Cada grupo foi subdividido em outros dois grupos de acordo com o tempo de armazenamento (24h e 30 dias) armazenados a 37ºC. A limpeza dentinária foi realizada por meio de uma seringa de 60mL de cada solução e fricção por 10 segundos. O sistema adesivo universal selecionado foi aplicado de acordo com as instruções do fabricante e fotoativado por 20 segundos. Em seguida, foram confeccionados 3 cilindros (matriz Tygon com um diâmetro interno de 2 mm e 2 mm de altura) de resina composta nas coroas nas regiões cervical, média e incisal e fotoativados por 30 segundos. Após o armazenamento foi realizado o teste de RU por microcisalhamento e análise do tipo de fratura. Os dados coletados foram submetidos a análise estatística através do teste de Shapiro Wilk com nível de significância de 95%, ANOVA e Tukey.

Resultado: Houve diferença estatística significativa entre os valores de RU apenas na análise intergrupos para o tempo de 24 horas, entre o terço médio dos grupos (LDAO24 = 2,70 (± 2,39); LDAO30 = 3,82 (± 2,31)). O tipo de fratura predominante para ambos os grupos em todos os tempos foi de fratura adesiva, com exceção ao terço médio e incisal do AD, que foi fratura coesiva de dentina.

Conclusão: A utilização do ozônio não alterou a resistência de união adesiva.
 

Palavras-chave

Resistência de união, adesivos universais, ozônio

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Submitted date:
01/23/2023

Accepted date:
06/05/2023

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